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six weeks some demonstrators holding signs that condemning netanyahu as the crime minister paul supporters said he is the victim of a witch hunt i tell you he faces possible charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust. hundreds of croatian journalists have rallied in the capital zagreb demanding more press freedom they say government policies are having a devastating impact on their work croatia's a public broadcaster has filed lawsuits against its own or other journalists who have complained of censorship. still ahead fear the sports news as roger federer claims a historic title win in dubai far away have less details on the marks i. mock on al-jazeera. maggi has son jim bates discusses and dissects the big issues of our times and head to heads five years after the revolution coaches in ukraine will
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have a chance to offer a verdict on what's come since. in a powerful new film residents of occupied east jerusalem show that to its own its cost present and future. leaders will gather for the thirtieth arab league summit in tunis yet join us for coverage and we examine the development of an unusual alliance between radical buddhist monks and the military in million mom. march on i'll just sierra. al-jazeera. where every.
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space x. has launched its astronauts capsule into space for the first time this was an unmanned test flight but it's a big step forward for the company owned by the billionaire eagle musk remember nasa suspended its manned flight program in two thousand and eleven because of rising costs model but d.c. has more. it's a bit that. nasa describes it as a historic moment that could pave the way for a new era of space exploration vehicle down here at kennedy space center in florida billionaire elon musk's company space x. successfully launched an unmanned test flight bound for the international space station. what to what today really represents is a new era in space flight and an era where we are looking forward to being one
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customer as an agency and as a country we're looking forward to being one customer of many customers in our in a robust commercial marketplace in low earth orbit so that we can drive down costs and increase access in ways that historically have not been possible. the crew dragon capsule atop the falcon nine rocket is the first space shuttle intended for commercial use the only passenger on this demo one mission is a dummy named ripley carrying with him four hundred pounds of supplies for the space station it's expected to arrive on sunday and if all goes well the next mission could put two astronauts in space as early as this july nasa wardy contract to space x. and boeing to develop cheaper methods of going to space since retiring its shuttles in two thousand and eleven thus ending its reliance on russia so use spacecraft which cost more than eighty million dollars a seat what it means for the space program is it's really opening up much
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more regular access to the space station redundancy right now we're relying on just one system the russian soyuz system we also have boeing starliner vehicle coming later this year so so we really will see a lot more capability in terms of our ability to launch humans into space space x. and boeing own and operate the spacecraft and will be leasing them out to nasa and other clients one struggle is and regular ration i think we will. we will. seek commercial customers. which the best mr and that national journal has been very supportive of that of that idea so but we've been very focused on just making sure that the vehicle worked and maximizing see if your liability. law musk's ambitions go far beyond shuttling astronauts he says it won't be long before the dragon starts taking commercial customers to space some of the d.c. al-jazeera times he spoke with tara thanks very much swiss tennis star
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roger federer has claimed the one hundredth title of his career the thirty seven year old the rising great player stefano set suppose that the final the divide championships federer who lost to the twenty year old in the fourth round of the australian open closed out the victory in straight fad six four six four the twenty times grand slam champion becomes just the second man to claim a century of titles after american jimmy connors federer won his first title back in two thousand and one. well it makes me look back at how it all started about eleven of my first title back in milan which was actually owned by the dubai tournament at the time. and yeah i was hoping that one day i was going to win a title just before the final i did and then i'm sitting here today having one hundred is i don't know is this belief even though of course the last few titles
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ever since i guess i reach like ninety six ninety seven i started feeling well maybe a hundred is possible and it was a big moment for me tonight here in dubai. barcelona have won their second class ko against arch rivals rounded red inside a week having knocked them out of the copa del rey midweek it may now be the last blanco's. i've been at record got the only goal as they won one know when takes them temp points clear at the top of the league. manchester city have knocked liverpool off the top of the english premier league algerian international riyad marez got the winner as the champions beat bournemouth one nil they now have a two point lead at the top liverpool though have a chance to reclaim first place on sunday when they face every test to win in two titles already this isn't the community shield in the kind of two they will sleep leaders in the in the premier league and you know good position in the last sixteen champions league in swansea game so when when everybody is there enough to doubt me
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we're going to win but no complaints no regrets each other that is the most important thing we can feel like an athlete like a sportsman manchester united have moved ahead of arsenal into fourth that's because of the gunners could only draw with their place taught them while united themselves came from behind to beat southampton three two. so please for the boys that the money it's to claw. three points out of this game cause. we spoke about half time just get some more urgency get ball in the box play more forward the structure then we'll sort the ball in for you. but i had a race in germany is really heating up buyer nina crushed brusha want five one on saturday to go level on points with one does legal leaders dortmund it's a far cry however from the situation italy where you ventus are closing in on the syria title they turn club have
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a commanding thirteen point lead and on sunday they face their closest rivals second place napoli you will have won the skit at zero on the previous seven occasions but despite their lead manager max alegria is taking nothing for granted bevan will be some of them i said i just got it on sunday we have an amazing much to play and we have not won the title yet we still lead seven to eight wins even though this match will be an important watershed. the san francisco police and major league baseball are investigating an incident where they see the san francisco giants was caught on video having an alter cation with his wife larry baer is seen pulling his wife to the ground in a public plaza in san francisco the sixty one year old has since publicly apologized to his family and the giants there who has been c e o of the team since two thousand and twelve has been married for twenty eight years and the couple has four kids together of the n.b.a. has seen its highest scoring game in nearly three decades three hundred twenty nine
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points were scored a chicago bulls took on the atlanta hawks it was a marathon game that went into a fourth period of overtime the bulls eventually ran out hundred and sixty eight to one hundred and sixty one winners the game was also one of the highest scoring of all time it ranks third on the all time list and surpasses the one nine hundred ninety game between golden state and the denver nuggets friday's matches however still some way off the highest total in n.b.a. history the three hundred and seventy pointer in one thousand nine hundred three where the detroit pistons being denver one hundred and eighty six two hundred eighty four the west indies there is celebrating a series tying seven wicket win over world cup twenty nine host england the series ends to all they needed less than thirteen zero risk to overturn england's score of one hundred and thirteen in st lucia chris gayle was a star man he smashed seventy seven off just twenty seven balls. and india have opened their home one day series against australia with
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a win the men in blue men as she chased down australis total of two hundred thirty sake a scattered and emma stone a getting them over the line in hyderabad scoring eighty one and fifty nine respectively india winning it by six wickets with ten balls to spare and that's all your sport for now more later thank you for finally african cinema is being celebrated at a film festival but you know with more than one hundred sixty films on the show because hawke has more from the consume until vision festival of what to do. it's. comedy. and forbidden love. drama. and even animation. the world's biggest african film festival is celebrating fifty years of the continent's cinema. beyond the pomp and ceremony in brick enough asas capital an
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opportunity to discover and showcase some of the best storytellers on the continent . among them a director. with her film their last set during the ivory coast civil war it's a story of a father in search of his wife and son the unlikely hero of the film is his twelve year old daughter hyla who saves her father from despair and self-destruction. could be making history this year as her film is shortlisted for the prestigious prize of the jury never has a woman when the award show in the. minority there are only four women directors and especially there have been many times when i've been the only woman and so we need to fight so that our peers finally recognize the roles we have and send it just like the character illustrated and i thought. well there is the increased threat of attacks from rebel groups in the south we're trying to overthrow the government targeting public gatherings people came out in numbers to watch the one
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hundred sixty movies being played out across all nine cinemas in walker do you think cinema continues to be a weapon for freedom it's our way to defend what's most precious to us and express our changing identity. love story between two women was temporarily banned in kenya but it was saved a warm welcome from critics at the festival and is also a favorite to win a prize. african cinema is a growing market estimated to be worth two billion dollars a year and yet filmmakers struggle to find funding and fortunately when the private institutions that come from that say you're out for america finance our cinema we are not able to voice of the needs of was we're not able to have the political activism and social activism that we have to say in our lives. and now we need. like any other cinema it's funny gritty and offers
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a fresh social commentary on society well these movies are a moment of escape and discovery for others they're an expression of wrong unfiltered emotions depicting people too often ignored nicholas hawke al-jazeera and that. in a moment with more. of her. class.
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generation after generation men work under the merciless sun a northeastern state. in this slum there's no sewerage running water or other basic services sixty percent of the people here are not living in poverty their needs are so great and their pockets so empty that they are easy prey during election time for politicians they can come here and buy their votes for as little as ten dollars of course if i'm a politician and i give culture and education to the people i'm in paring them. they may not vote for me so that's why it's in their interest to keep. it's a vicious circle of inequality aggravated by a severe recession and government that's left thirteen million brazilians unemployed and even as the next government can start the recovery process those living here at the bottom of the social ladder will be the last to benefit. the
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fact. place on the planet one that could soon be lost. it's an international team of scientists is determined not to happen without intervention. i would say. now it's a race against time to try and save each. take a crisis that's in the. extinction. focusing on diplomacy instead of rehearsing for war the u.s. and south korea decided to scrap the a joint military drills. hello
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i'm the stars here today and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. we're going to go into finances we get deals with. these people. president all trying to live is a blistering speech to a support base attacking political rivals on the miller investigation. course in the line of fire injuries and deaths in the disputed kashmir region where tensions remain high between india and pakistan. and an inside job how the french government's even going to prison to get its message across. well just days after talks between donald trump and kim jong un broke down there's been a significant move towards knowing military tension with north korea the u.s. and south korea say the ending joint military drills which has been a major point of contention with north korean leader kim jong il and seoul and
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washington say it's possible effort to support more talks with north korea on denuclearization a two day summit between the u.s. president and kim finished early on thursday without an agreement well al jazeera is right mcbride joins us now live from seoul rob just how much of this has been driven by the south koreans. i think it's certainly going to be welcomed by the south korean government of president moon jay in who as we know is offered once more to actors mediator between the u.s. and north korea to try to get things back on track and is really looking for help from any quarter right now especially given the disappointment of the failure of the hanoi summit it will also help his personal efforts to try to improve into korean relations that he's been working on alongside trying to reestablish good relations between the u.s. and north korea and in particular just as a he's trying to resume economic and tourism projects with north korea is
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the next step in improving relations the relationship it was hoped that with a breakthrough in hanoi they were would be able to pen an agreement on those projects and that would form the basis hopefully of a visit a long anticipated and historic visit by kim jong un to south korea but without that it does seem to casting doubt that visit might have to be delayed maybe beyond the next couple of months when it was hoped it would take place or maybe not take place at all this does it and run given that the talks in hanoi failed is there a concern that cell in washington have now given up some leverage for future negotiations. this is a pretty big concession i think effectively since trump announced after the single poor summit last june that he was no founder of these military exercises they were effectively a waste of money they have been scaled back but this now does come as a confirmation that full eagle and key resolve these of these big exercises that
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normally take place in the spring are too and they will be replaced by a much smaller less high profile exercises command exercises virtual computer games if you like rather than troops on the ground it is quite a concession the these exercises always enraged the north koreans they say that it could be a prelude to war so it is a concession with the military of south korea and the u.s. now saying that yes they do the two are rise in tension which interestingly runs completely counter to their justification for holding these exercises over the past few decades they've always argued that if anything it leads to peace and stability on the peninsula because it deters aggression from the north well now the military seems to be saying yes it causes tension and we're stopping them starting out of there is wrong pride from seoul thanks so much for that update rob well donald trump has launched
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a furious attack against his democratic opponents and the investigation in a speech to supporters the longest of his presidency so far his address to the annual conservative political action conference or c. pac came after a bad week for the u.s. president his second summit with north korea's kim jong un ended in failure while his former lawyer michael cohen labeled him a racist a con man and a cheat and his testimony to congress attacks the democrats over their plan to tackle climate change and used a profanity to describe their attempts to look into his personal finances we had the greatest of all time now we have people lost. unfortunately you put the wrong people in a couple of positions and they leave people for a long time that shouldn't be there and all of a sudden they're trying to take you out with ok. there is and you got to has more from that conference and oxon hill maryland the
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president don't stop might have had a couple of uncomfortable weeks with north korea is foremost pics of michael cohen giving damning testimony before congress but here at c pac this is his base and he's been talking to them about all the usual issues his relationship with china the booming economy and also immigration but he did touch briefly on the miller report let's listen to what the president had to say they fight so hard on this witch hunt this phony deal that they put together this phony thing that now looks like it's dying so they don't have anything with russia there's no collusion so now they go and morph into let's inspect every deal he's ever done we're going to go into his finances we're going to check his deals we get a check these people are sick of this. i saw a little shifty shift yesterday. it's a first time he went into
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a meeting. and he shared were those who look into his finance i said where did that come from he always talked about russia collusion with russia the collusion delusion so what the president was essentially doing he was an a giant zing his base he talked about the love that was in this room and this theme of this year's c pac really is trump is and he talked a lot about the forthcoming twenty twenty alexion and he has a theme that will come up again and again he wants people to believe the days of opposition to democrats are socialists he talked about that in relation to venezuela he will talk about that once again in the future but in this room lots of love a president don't trump going forward for the twenty twenty large. political analyst eric hand says trump speech highlights the extent of the divide in u.s. politics. walk for this president he has made his base he has made his home on the right on the far right and so now after
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a brutalising couple of weeks where he sees his declaration of emergency on the u.s. border wall threaten michael cohen threatening both his administration and his organization and of course the southern district of new york closing in this is us a place where the president can be at home where he can be around his supporters and where he can feed red meat see pac has now become trump pac and if it's a place of political conservative red meat today donald trump was the primary is the president's support now even among republicans is around eighty percent of very high and unfortunately what we're seeing with the president among independents and democrats of course his numbers are are at a astonishing low rate in fact if you look at texas a conservative state a state where no democrat has won and more than twenty years right now in a hypothetical match up with democratic challengers the president is in
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a dead heat with joe biden bernie sanders and kamel harris and so right now we're seeing the president if the election were held today it would be very difficult for this president to get to be all important two hundred seventy electoral votes so right now what the president needs to do is is he needs to ensure that his base hold strong because unfortunately that's all he has keep in mind this is a president who now we know has paid off porn stars we see the president under siege from politically legally and so unfortunately this has become normalized we are looking at the fraying of relations with allies the united states and have held for decades and so everything right now from our treaties from our allies even from the us constitution is being frayed is being pushed to the brink right now. well donald trump may have told the conference he's confident of victory in twenty twenty but independent senator bernie sanders is
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determined to beat him and has no ones to second bid for the presidency kicking off his campaign in brooklyn saunders told his supporters that he expected to win the democratic nomination for candidate he also described donald trump as the most dangerous president in modern american history this is what i believe from the bottom of my heart if we do not allow tramp of his friends to divide us up if we stand together black and white latino asian american native american if we stand together herb good and louis d'ors south east and west if we stand together not as red state and blue state borders working people fighting we think that. if we stand together believing in justice and human dignity if
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we stand together believing in love and compassion. ah if we stand together brothers and sisters. the future of this country ordinary there is reacting we may not be able to accomplish. algeria's president has sacked an unpopular campaign chief and named a replacement but he is refusing to bow to pressure not to stand for a fifth term. or figures bid for reelection next month has triggered the largest protests in algeria in decades a rare show of dissent which is engulfed to thirty cities he came to power in one thousand nine hundred nine following a decade long civil war but has rarely been seen in public since he had a stroke and twenty thirteen despite that the eighty two year old president still commands the backing of several political parties.


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